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Medical marijuana bill will not pass

March 9, 2015 West Virginians are among the most compassionate people on earth. That’s why a bill to allow use of marijuana by people with certain health conditions was introduced in the Legislature. more »»

Surprised by GOP votes

March 8, 2015 While the rest of us were hunkering down watching a thick blanket of snow fall over the state this week, the folks in Charleston inched a little closer to the end of the legislative session that was... more »»

Partners in Education luncheon scheduled

March 8, 2015 The Mid-Ohio Valley Chamber of Commerce prides itself on its direct connection with our education system. A strong education system enables business to recruit and keep key employees. more »»

Thrillers with deadly interns, dark pasts

March 8, 2015 A dark thriller with a funny edge is told in Shane Kuhn’s “The Intern’s Handbook,” being developed as movie as we speak. more »»

Students of month named

March 8, 2015 Beverly-Center Elementary School announces its student of the month for February. more »»

Daylight savings time today

March 8, 2015 Pennsville VFD Ladies Auxiliary Basket BINGO was held March 6 at the Riecker Building Room. Daylight Savings Time began today at 2 a.m. Pennsville Volunteer Fire Department will meet at 8 p.m. more »»

Some recipes to try with strawberries

March 8, 2015 Did you make it to church on time this morning? No one will really believe you when you say you forgot to set the clock ahead. It is so dark when it is “getting up” time when the time first changes. more »»

1965 PHS track team sought

March 7, 2015 Larry Rhodes is trying to find some members of the 1965 state champion Parkersburg High School track and field team. more »»

Circus brings excitement to town

March 7, 2015 The arrival of the first known circus to Parkersburg was described by Minnie E. Smith in a circa 1902 issue of The Pioneer Daughter. more »»

Roots of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s 'Agents'

March 5, 2015 “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” returned to ABC this week, and I’m glad to have it back. more »»

Labor flexes muscle during session

March 2, 2015 Bills of interest to several traditionally powerful interest groups are being dealt with in the West Virginia Legislature. But only one group — organized labor — seems to have had much impact. more »»

Had enough of winter driving

March 1, 2015 Anyone else experience adventures in winter driving over the past several days? Don’t you just love the first time in the season when your car does that three-foot skid that sends your heart rate up... more »»

'Constitutional carry' a recipe for disaster

March 1, 2015 Our Legislature is now looking at passing a bill that allows individuals to carry concealed firearms without a permit, commonly referred to as “constitutional carry. more »»

Downtown can improve well-being

March 1, 2015 I recently read two news stories I think are very different, but oddly connected. The first is from the State Journal about the future of shopping malls in West Virginia. more »»

Weaving a table runner: part one — what is weaving?

March 1, 2015 Until now, I have focused on more mainstream crafts in my weekly column: a few sewing projects, some cross stitching, and some calligraphy. more »»

Historical, Amish fiction for readers

March 1, 2015 USA Today bestselling author Patricia Harman returns to Hope River with “The Reluctant Midwife.” Nurse Becky Myers is struggling to provide for herself and her former boss, Dr. more »»

Library offers tax help appointments

March 1, 2015 Each Monday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. the Beverly Public Library is offering appointments with a representative of the AARP Tax-Aide Assistance Program. more »»

Land of dancing curtains

March 1, 2015 The cool autumn breeze felt refreshing to his cheeks. A patchwork quilt pulled snug around his neck, the rest of his body snuggled for warmth beneath. He loved this time of year. more »»

Birds singing is early sign of spring

March 1, 2015 With lakes and rivers still mostly frozen, it may seem overly optimistic to think of spring. But it’s coming. Days are getting noticeably longer, and that’s the key. more »»

Pennsville VFD banquet held

March 1, 2015 Pennsville Volunteer Fire Department and Ladies Auxiliary rescheduled the Annual Banquet for Feb. 28, at the VFD Social at 7 p.m. Dinner is at 7:30 p.m. Pennsville Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m. more »»

 
 
 

 

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